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CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action by Florian Müller, Jay Brown, and Jeff Potts

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Chapter 13. Performance

This chapter covers

  • Selecting the optimal data set
  • OpenCMIS and DotCMIS caches
  • Binding performance
  • HTTP tuning

As a developer and end user, you know how important performance is for an application. Creating a folder should take only a few milliseconds. If it takes longer than that, sooner or later somebody will complain. If you’ve played with multiple CMIS repositories, you might have discovered that some repositories are faster than others.

The performance of a CMIS application depends on many factors. Of course, the repository is a major factor, but often it isn’t the culprit when an application seems to be slow. This chapter presents a collection of real-world hints about how to avoid bottlenecks and how to ...

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